Event Details
24 Jun
2022

MMA - The Montessori Method to teach foreign languages to young Adults and Adults (14+)

Italy
Città di Castello
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MMA allows a natural language learning among young adult and adult students, by eliminating, or at least alleviating, the major causes of stress and inhibition (part of the training).

Event Details
Status
As planned
Organiser type
Other event
Organiser name
Lingua Più Centro Montessori per le Lingue
Entrance fee
500
Target group
Adult learning networks & organisations
Projects & partnerships
Aims and objectives
Montessori language teaching with young adults and adults - MMA , can be defined as an approach based on activities aimed at the development of each student’s criticism towards foreign language studies and how to succeed. To reach this goal, most activities are self-corrective, to encourage the autonomous learning.
Expected (learning) outcomes
After the workshop participants will be able:
1) to set up their own MMA classroom; 2) to prepare their own didactical material 3) to present the material; 4) to foster aural production 5) to apply the Montessori 3 period lesson. All based on the Montessori principles
As sub-objectives participants:
 acquire a common teaching/training method, to facilitate mobility and transnational exchanges
 improve their professionalism, increasing their career opportunities on international level
 get effective tools for raising the motivation of adults and young adults, for learning foreign languages, thanks to this accessible, adaptable and flexible method.

Recognition / certification of participation
Certificate of Attendance showing the number of training hours
Attending fee
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